I believe that seeing is transformation. Seeing is change. And I want to be changed. I want to understand the world we live in today and how history continues to impact us.
David Brunetti is a London based photojournalist working worldwide, specialising in editorial, portraiture and documentary photography.
Davidâ€™s personal projects are visual narratives, gathered over extended periods of time, which confront issues of human rights, migration, refugees, conflict and identity. With a particular interest in humanitarian issues affecting identity in (post) conflict situations, David aims to capture images that will influence, leave lasting impressions, move and inspire.
Davidâ€™s photography has featured in a variety of publications including Zeit Online, New Internationalist, Speigel digital, The Guardian, Positive Magazine, Esquire Russia, afterimage, Itâ€™s Nice That, Le Journal de la Photographie, Accent magazine, Splash and Grab, On A White Wall and Wall Street Journal. Recognition of his work has culminated in a number of photography awards, including Fujifilm Distinctions Awards, Foto8 Summershow, Portrait Salon, the Other Hundred and the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize.
David currently dedicates much of his time to long-term photojournalism and reportage work and regularly photographs for documentary and exhibition projects, in addition to other assignments.